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What to do with leftover sourdough starter

Being obsessively thrifty, I have traditionally not had extra sourdough starter after making a recipe. I keep around 150 g of 60% starter (for no good reason, I have several of them) in the refrigerator and when I get ready for a … Continue reading

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Baking Hamelman’s 80% rye “Affidavit Bread”

The other day I baked up a wonderful pullman loaf of 80% whole rye that’s perfect for serving with smoked salmon or some of the nice Brooklyn whitefish salad I had left over from a party last weekend. With a … Continue reading

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Healthy Living Market arrives in Saratoga

We had a treat this week when a new Whole Foods-style place opened in my little town of Saratoga Springs NY. Healthy Living is a 25 year old, family owned institution with headquarters in Burlington VT. This is only their … Continue reading

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My visit with master baker Jeffrey Hamelman

Last month I journeyed to the bucolic village of Norwich, VT to attend a workshop at the King Arthur Flour Education Center. The town itself is worth a visit… a peaceful hamlet across the Connecticut River from the beehive of … Continue reading

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